Domino’s to trial vegan pizzas!

Posted on the 15th June 2020

Domino’s has announced another trial of vegan pizzas, which launched in 46 selected stores in the UK and Ireland on 15th June.

Domino’s trialed vegan pizzas previously, but chose not to continue selling them, due to feedback that indicated that the vegan dough wasn’t up to scratch. As a result, their development team have been working hard on improving this.

Two vegan pizzas have been launched: The Vegan Margherita which uses Domino’s very own vegan cheese alternative, and the Vegan Vegi Supreme which features a rainbow of fresh veggies.

Aman Prasher, Domino’s Chief Vegan Dough Developer said:

“Our vegan offering has been a while coming because we’re determined to make sure it’s full of our iconic Domino’s flavour. We might not be first but we’re always the best – no compromises. Our dedicated pizza chefs are incredibly excited for our fans to try this new and improved latest dough as we believe we’ve nailed it.  If they agree, and love it as much as we do, Domino’s will roll out nationwide. We’ve now busy working on some toppings and sides – so watch this space!”

Thank you, Domino’s for giving us more vegan options! We hope that the trial is a success and that these vegan pizzas become a permanent feature on your menus nationwide.

Participating stores

Belfast – South
Bristol Filton
Chester Le Street
Cork – Douglas Village
Dublin – Dundrum
Farnborough – Central
Farnborough – Fernhill
Glasgow – Battlefield
Glasgow – Giffnock
Glasgow – Govan
Glasgow- Renfrew
Ipswich – Kesgrave
Liverpool – Aintree
London – Finchley Road
London – Golders Green
London – Hendon
London – Maida Vale
London – Woolwich
Maidstone – Loose
Market Weighton
Milton Keynes – Bletchley
Poole – Waterloo Road
Reading – Tilehurst
Sherburn in Elmet
South Shields
Sunderland – North
Sunderland – South
Waltham Abbey
Waterlooville – Cowplain


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